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Essentia Health Notifies Patients of Medication Storage Issue

Any potentially affected medications have been removed from distribution.

FARGO, N.D.–Essentia Health is offering patients free revaccinations after certain vaccines and medications were stored improperly. An issue at a former distribution partner’s medication storage location in Fargo resulted in the medications being stored at the wrong temperatures. Essentia Health says the affected vaccines and medications are not harmful to patients, but may have reduced effectiveness. Any potentially affected medications…

North Dakota Game and Fish Department Revokes Fishing Tournament Permits

The tournaments may be rescheduled if it is deemed safe to do so.

BISMARCK, N.D.–The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has revoked all fishing tournament permits for April and May due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The tournaments may be rescheduled if it is deemed safe to do so and if there are enough open calendar days. Organizers of North Dakota fishing tournaments scheduled June though October have been notified of the possibility…

Fargo Police Warn of Felony Lane Gang in F-M Community

Fargo Police say even though fitness facilities are closed, daycares remain open and common targets.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo Police Department says it has reason to believe the Felony Lane Gang has returned to the Fargo-Moorhead community. The nationwide theft ring targets unattended vehicles in parking lots and takes purses, cash, credit cards, checkbooks and IDs. Fargo had at least 12 cases linked to the group in January 2018 and activity reported again in 2019. Fitness…

Petitioners: Gov. Burgum, Shut Down This State

The petition started Friday begs Burgum to join vast majority of sitting governors with a formal order.

An online petition asking North Dakota’s governor to issue a stay at home order for the state is up to more than 3,700 signatures and counting this morning. The online petition featured on change.org started circulating April 3rd. The petition says it was started by a mother from North Dakota, Denise French. It asks Governor Doug Burgum to issue a…

Cass County Coroners: Preparing for Pandemic’s Rise

How they handle bodies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

The video is unsettling out of  New York: health workers resorting to forklifts and refrigerated trucks to handle and store the bodies of American citizens’ loved ones, as the coronavirus pandemic ravages one of the United States’ biggest cities. And here in Cass County, the bioseals are standing ready. As the number of cases rises here in the Red River…

CDC Recommends the Use of Face Masks in Public Settings

FARGO, N.D.–The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending people wear face masks in public settings where social distancing may be difficult to maintain. The CDC says face masks are especially important in areas of significant community spread such as grocery stores and pharmacies. While the CDC is recommending the use of face masks, it is not recommending people…

Man Charged with Murder after Victim Dies Following Assault in Hawley

UPDATE: The Hawley Police Department says the 52-year-old Moorhead man who was assaulted on April 2 has died from his injuries. The Clay County Attorney’s Office filed formal charges against the two people arrested during the investigation on Monday. Fifty-year-old Christopher Vincent Greywater has been charged with 2nd degree murder without intent while committing a felony. Forty-year-old Devonna Rose Waybenais…

Cass County Says Rural Residents Should Prepare for Major Flooding

CASS COUNTY, N.D.–Cass County says rural residents should prepare for significant flooding along the Sheyenne and Maple Rivers as temperatures rise between Monday and Wednesday. The National Weather Service predicts the Sheyenne River will crest at 91.3 feet and the Maple River is expected to crest at 22.5 feet on Thursday. Both rivers will reach top 10 flood levels. The…

LIVE: Pandemic Profiteers and Illegal Evictions

It's hard to follow stay at home orders if you're kicked out of your home. So Minnesota's AG wants to hear from you.

Money is tough to come by for a lot of people right now, and putting price hikes on things like rice, toilet paper and hand sanitizer is exactly what none of us consumers need. But that’s what investigators with the Minnesota State Attorney General’s office are finding is happening with businesses throughout the state to people just like you. Not…